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Disparity - IFJ film screening in London 22 Oct starts 18.00

When

Tuesday 22 October 2019

Starts 18.00 with Q+A session after the film screening

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Where

International Transport Workers Federation HQ, purohit conference room, 4th floor, ITF House, 49-60 Borough Road, London

Details

The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has teamed up with the International Transport Workers Federation (ITF) and the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) to organise a free film screening of Disparity on Tuesday 22 October in London starting at 18.00.

Disparity

Book your free place for the film screening today, email: campaigns@nuj.org.uk

With inequality at unprecedented levels, reducing the appalling disparity between the rich and poor is arguably one of the most critical issues facing humankind today. There hasn’t been a major film about the biggest issue of our time. Until now.

Global influencers, cultural icons and social media stars led by Stephen Fry and Deepak Chopra will be sharing Disparity Film and the unifying hashtag #ourdisparity with their social media followers in an urgent call for world leaders to tackle the systemic disparity which blights the world.

In Disparity, film activist Renu Mehta exposes the reality behind the $150bn foreign aid industry. With narration by Sir Ben Kingsley, led by 8 Nobel laureates, an all-star cast from all continents dispel the myths about foreign aid.

Disparity demands a more inclusive, human-centred and progressive foreign aid policies and greater press freedoms.

The film features comments and interviews with Prof. Abhijit Banerjee, Poverty Action Lab MIT, Prof. Noam Chomsky, Prof. of Linguistics and Philosophy, MIT, Sir Paul Collier, The University of Oxford, Amir Dossal, Former UNOP Director, Global Partnerships Forum Chair, Dr. Ian Goldin, Prof. of Globalisation and Development, Oxford University, Dr. José Ramos-Horta, Nobel Peace Laureate, Dr. Mo Ibrahim, Tech Billionaire & Philanthropist, Tawakkol Karman, Nobel Peace laureate, Kerry Kennedy, President, Robert F Kennedy Human Rights Activists, Sir Ben Kingsley, Oscar winning Actor (Narration), FW de Klerk, Nobel Peace Laureate, Philippe Leruth, Former President, International Federation of Journalists, Sir James Mirrlees, Nobel Laureate for Economics, Jan Pronk, Former Minister for Development, The Netherlands, Prof. Kailash Satyarthi, Nobel Peace Laureate, Prof. Amartya Sen, Nobel Laureate for Economics, Salil Shetty, Former Amnesty International, Secretary General, Prof. Peter Singer, Moral philosopher, Princeton University, Dame Stephanie Shirley, UK Founding Ambassador for Philanthropy, Clare Short, Former UK Secretary of State for International Development, Hernando de Soto, Economist, Institute for Liberty and Democracy, Dr. Danny Sriskandarajah, CIVICUS, Former Secretary General, Prof. Lord Stern, London School of Economics, Prof. Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Laureate for Economics, Ruby Wax, Comedian & Mental Health Campaigner, Dame Vivienne Westwood, Fashion Designer & Activist, Prof. Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace laureate.

Book your free place for the film screening today, email: campaigns@nuj.org.uk

How to get to the ITF HQ -

Nearest tubes:
Southwark: Jubilee line
Borough: Northern line
London Bridge: Jubilee and Northern lines
Waterloo: Bakerloo, Jubilee and Northern (Charing Cross branch) lines
Elephant and Castle: Bakerloo and Northern (Bank branch) lines

Bus routes: 1, 2, 2A, 12, 45, 53, 63, 68, 68A, 133, 171, 176, 188, 199, 244, 255, C10, P3 AND PG

Mainline: London Bridge and Waterloo stations are within 15 minutes' walk

Book your free place for the film screening today, email: campaigns@nuj.org.uk

Further details and contact information

Sarah Kavanagh
Email: campaigns@nuj.org.uk

Tags: , ifj, poverty, foreign and commonwealth office, documentary, film